You are on page 1of 17

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission


Objective To achieve volume production at a scale which leads to cost reduction and rapid diffusion and deployment of solar technologies across the country For this purpose set up enabling policy environment and regulatory framework. 2 .

roof top Off-grid solar applications Solar collectors 200 MW 1. 2013. Government has approved a budget of Rs. domestic manufacture. Mission to be implemented in three phases.000 MW 7 million sq meters 15 million sq meters 20 million sq meters 3 .Road Map Mission aims at achieving grid tariff parity by 2022 by creating enabling policy framework. support infrastructure and R&D. volumes for deployment.100 MW Cumulative Cumulative Phase 2 Phase 3 (2013-17) (2017-22) 4. 4.000 MW 20. Application segment Phase I (2010-13) 1.000 MW Grid solar power incl.337 crores for the first phase of the Mission till March.000 MW 2.

Strategy for Phase 1 & 2 Graduated deployment to nucleate critical mass till costs come down and thereafter rapid scale up – Supporting Utility scale power generation – Expanding off-grid applications – Accelerating Research and Development – Enhancing Domestic manufacturing base 4 .

Solar Power Purchase Policy • 1.000 MW solar power (connected to 33 KV or more grid) to be purchased by NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN) • Tariff as fixed by Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) • Annual tariff review by CERC • NVVN to bundle equivalent MW capacity of thermal power • Utilities can meet their RPO by purchase of solar power • Guidelines to be announced soon 5 .

45 per unit www. 17.91 per unit CSP Rs.25% in 1st phase.Policy & Regulatory Framework  CERC has announced tariff for 2010-11: PV Rs.policy finalized by Forum of  PPA duration 25 years  Solar specific RPO starting with 0. Available on CERC website 6 .cercind. increasing to 3% by 2022 to be fixed after policy change  RE Certificate .

Solar Power Purchase Policy Migration Policy • Government has allowed solar power projects which were in pipeline on the date of Government approval (19/11/2009) to migrate to Mission. • Guidelines for migration were announced and applications were received by 26th February. 2010 • MoU with short listed project developers signed. 7 . • These projects already signed PPA with NVVN.

nic. Proposals of 100 KWp to 2 MWp connected to 11 KV grid accepted by the States and recommended to IREDA.cea.  Up to 20 MW capacity projects can be taken up in a State  IREDA had registered projects online on first come first served basis.Generation Based Incentive  100 MW capacity solar power projects connected to LT/11 KV grid    Residential rooftops (Two way metering) Guidelines finalized and announced. industrial & other rooftops (Net metering) Ground mounted & tail-end grid connected projects (Net metering) Central Electricity Authority (CEA) has issued technical guidelines www. 8 . institutional. This will be a State Government driven imitative.

5 per unit. 5. with 3% annual escalation PPA with concerned utility for a duration as fixed by ERC Model PPA for roof top systems to be prepared by Forum of Regulators Forum of Regulators to bring out billing and payment guidelines GBI payment through IREDA 9 .Generation Based Incentive  Tariff to be fixed by appropriate Electricity Regulatory Commission      GBI rate : tariff fixed by CERC minus notional tariff of Rs.

soft loans up to 5% annual interest rate – 30% subsidy for select applications – 90% subsidy for niche applications in special category States and in other remote and difficult areas. 10 .grid opportunity – Promoting solar home lights and other off-grid power applications – Tackling the below 80°C challenge by promoting solar thermal applications – Refinance by IREDA and other FIs.Off .

• Focus on solar lights rural power supply replacement of diesel telecom towers Solar water heaters solar cooking for institutional use 11 .Off-Grid Solar Applications • 200 MW capacity solar applications in the first phase • Guidelines already announced in 2010.

etc. • Can access refinance in conjunction with a tie up with manufacturers/service providers for retail lending .Off-Grid Solar Applications • Support viable business models. supply. integration and installation of equipment and systems. Micro finance & other financial institutions acting as Aggregators: • Institutions involved in consumer finance with customer base in rural/urban areas and outreach through self help groups. including design. maintenance and operation and other related services to consumers. which are demand driven • Multiple channels for rapid up-scaling Renewable Energy Service Provider Companies (RESPCs): • Provide energy services.

Off-Grid Solar Applications Integrators: • Offer business solutions by pooling of financing options (carbon finance. • Viability gap funding Programme Administrators: • Central and State Government Ministries and Departments and their organisations. Educational/Technical Institutions/Organizations. 13 . Corporate sector entities may also be involved. PSUs. design financial solutions to clients. State Nodal Agencies. • Offer products and services directly or though manufacturers and service providers. reputed Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs). government assistance and other sources of funds) . Local bodies.

Capacity for outreach .Track record .Technical accreditation/ certification of products offered by equipment providers and their traceability • Consultations in progress to finalize the guidelines .Credit rating.Net worth and turnover of the participating entity .Off-Grid Solar Applications • Accreditation : The parameters for accrediting an entity would comprise of .Technical personnel for carrying out design installation and O&M functions . if any .Tie ups with equipment providers .

 Support for Incubation and Innovation 15 . components and systems  Development of Centers of Excellence on different aspects of Solar Energy.  Solar Energy Center to be made Apex Center of Excellence  PPP mode development.R&D Strategy  Research at Academic/ Research Institutions on materials and devices with long-term perspective  Applied Research on existing processes and developing new technologies  Technology Validation aimed at field evaluation of materials.

Sc degree holders to make them certified solar installers  MNRE is working with Ministry of Labour to introduce solar energy related course and teaching material for ITI students in the current academic session 16 .HRD Strategy  1000 young scientists and engineers to get trained on different solar energy technologies as a part of longterm R&D and HRD plan  100 fellowships to be offered every year to support research students /groups  Short term course for existing engineers and M.

THANK YOU Email : Website: http:// 17